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What a treat! We came here last year during the first floor renovation and to see what has happened is just breathtaking! Beautiful, easy to read/see displays of Indian artifacts and interactive digital displays kept our minds intrigued. This is my new love! We did...More
The 100+ year old home is worth the trip - beautifully crafted woodwork, tapestries, stained glass, and fireplaces. The exhibits are well done and include lots of hands on, interactive rooms. It is not a children's museum, but has been set up to accommodate all...More
I was looking for something to get my 4 grandchildren, ages 5, 7, 8, and 11, out of the house on a rainy afternoon. This museum is inexpensive. We were fortunate in that we had the entire museum to ourselves for the most part. The...More
Oshkosh museum has opened their new permanent exhibit "People of the Waters". It is very informative, educational, and interactive as well. Learn about Wisconsin natives, their culture, and evolution. Visit an archeological dig. Enter a winter long house and see how Native Americans lived, kept...More
I like to bring out-of-town guests here to give them an overview of Oshkosh history. Of course, the house itself (and Apostle Clock) is a huge draw itself. The cost of admission is very reasonable, and parking usually isn't a problem. Very rarely does an...More